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Utah Voices Will Present a Concert That’s Both Fun and Games

SALT LAKE CITY—For their March concert, Utah Voices will put a new “spin” on Broadway show tunes with “Broadway Bingo,” featuring special guests and hosts Kelly DeHaan and Jennifer Hohl. The performances is Friday, March 11 at 7:00 p.m. at Libby Gardner Hall at the University of Utah School of Music, (1375 E. President’s Circle) in Salt Lake City. All seats are general admission and $10 each. Tickets and more information are available online at www.utahvoices.org.

Utah Voices Begins Second Season Looking for More Voices

BOUNTIFUL, UT—A year ago, Dr. Michael Huff, Artistic Director of Utah Voices, was practically pacing the floor, wondering if anyone would show up voluntarily to sing in a new choir he planned to direct. He was pleasantly surprised that the choir room was filled to capacity and by the December performance of Handel’s Messiah, 170 voices filled Libby Gardner Concert Hall, garnering the praise of the press and the public alike.

Utah Voices Second Season Underway!

Utah Voices is excited to begin our second season on Wednesday, September 8, 2010 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.  With a tremendously successful first season under our belt, we are looking forward to embarking on a new and exciting season.  All those who love to sing are welcome!  Utah Voices is a non-auditioned choir, however, Verux Vox Vocis, our small chamber choir, will be holding auditions in late September. Rehearsal is always at South Davis Junior High School (298 W. 2600 S.) in Bountiful unless otherwise noted.

Utah Voices sings out heartily in 'Carmina'

Breault's 'roasting swan' is highlight of cantata — Catherine Reese Newton of the Salt Lake Tribune reports, Utah Voices, the new chorus on the block, seems determined to make a big splash. After introducing itself in December with Handel's "Messiah," the 170-voice ensemble followed up on Friday with another choral blockbuster, Carl Orff's celebrated secular cantata "Carmina Burana."

Utah Voices: 'Carmina Burana,' a medieval love story

Utah Voices presents the popular cantata — Catherine Reese Newton of the Salt Lake Tribune reports: Utah Voices made its debut in December performing Handel's "Messiah." For its follow-up concert, the community group will perform a work that represents a 180-degree turn: "Carmina Burana," Carl Orff's popular cantata based on somewhat-bawdy texts by medieval monks.

Utah Voices: 'Carmina Burana,' a medieval love story

Utah Voices presents the popular cantata — Catherine Reese Newton of the Salt Lake Tribune reports: Utah Voices made its debut in December performing Handel's "Messiah." For its follow-up concert, the community group will perform a work that represents a 180-degree turn: "Carmina Burana," Carl Orff's popular cantata based on somewhat-bawdy texts by medieval monks.

Utah Voices sing out heartily in 'Carmina'

Breault's 'roasting swan' is highlight of cantata — Catherine Reese Newton of the Salt Lake Tribune reports, Utah Voices, the new chorus on the block, seems determined to make a big splash. After introducing itself in December with Handel's "Messiah," the 170-voice ensemble followed up on Friday with another choral blockbuster, Carl Orff's celebrated secular cantata "Carmina Burana."

Utah Voices: Another chorus's Hallelujah

New choir starts its performing career with the "Messiah" — Catherine Reese Newton of the Salt Lake Tribune reports: "Michael Huff doesn't believe in starting small. Utah Voices, the choir he directs, makes its debut this weekend performing Handel's "Messiah" with one of Utah's leading orchestras, the Salt Lake Symphony.

Utah Voices: Another chorus's Hallelujah

New choir starts its performing career with the "Messiah" — Catherine Reese Newton of the Salt Lake Tribune reports: "Michael Huff doesn't believe in starting small. Utah Voices, the choir he directs, makes its debut this weekend performing Handel's "Messiah" with one of Utah's leading orchestras, the Salt Lake Symphony.

New Choir Already Going Strong

DAVIS COUNTY — Jenniffer Wardell of the Davis County Clipper reports: "There are some new “Voices” on the Davis County music scene, and they plan on being heard for a long time to come.

Utah Voices, a new choir combining singers from Davis County and all over the Wasatch Front, is currently gearing up for their first season. Dr. Michael Huff, the director of the choir, is pleased that the group has already gotten off to such a solid beginning..."

Read the full article at the Davis County Clipper website